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Since this Savannah, Georgia, United States quintet first formed in early 2001, worrying about genre limitations has never been a priority. Taking musical chances, however, always has been. While Kylesa are as heavy as any band out there, they are beholden to no one scene and no preconceived notions of what heavy music should be.

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  • Vinyl (June 26, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Alternative Tentacle
  • ASIN: B007XUMHSI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #254,628 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Vinyl LP reissue of this 2006 album, the third release from Savannah, Georgia's mighty Kylesa. For this album, Kylesa expanded their line-up to include two drummers, taking a harder approach than on their previous record To Walk a Middle Course. With a thicker, punchier, heavier rhythm section, the band forged a sound that is uniquely theirs. This record pummels and slays! The driving sound of Time Will Fuse Its Worth pulls snippets of flavor from diverse areas of music and assembles them into a giant tsunami of bone-crushing metal. Its urgency is undeniable! There is no other band that compares to Kylesa and it's no wonder Time Will Fuse Its Worth is a true modern metal classic.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By W.J. on February 15, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Kylesa is a band with a solid range of underground influnces that really make their approach come out in their style (sounds odd, but I think that it makes sense). This album seems to take a punk rock approach to dirty crunch rock...on the surface or via word of mouth- but there is a wide range of music in this record. They seem to be what punk is thought to be, or what hardcore may have been, but they are more like the Suicide of our day. Different. Underground. Their last one hit at some of this variation. 'Bottom line' had something of an old school hardcore vibe, with a nice lead at the end; it showed a nice mix in influence. Time Will Fuse its Worth takes Kylesa to their next step with great tone, and a wall of sound behind it. I think people mistake their sound for tempo, but still to be applied are some of their labels. Fans of drone music may agree that this album sounds sludgy, but it is really very groovy. Their tone is rock solid as are the vocals, the lyrics. They are progressing to a sound that has no pinnacle. They can go on as long as they would like and this album contains the heavy, dirty sound that makes music enthralling. Time Will Fuse its Worth has riffs; thick, huge riffs. Real riffs are the saving grace of heavy music. The songs flow so well and are so enjoyable for their elements, that one will seek the bands that Kylesa's members call inspirations to dig some more good tunes. It contains that much.
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This album solidifies Kylesa as one of the best hard rock and metal groups around. The songs all support one another and create an atmosphere of infectious grooves that you can't resist. This album is a ten out of ten in my book. Pure, heavy rock music.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert J. Augsburger on February 1, 2007
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i like this record even more than fellow georgia rockers, mastodon's blood mountain.
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2 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Fernando Benítez V on October 16, 2007
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OK, this album is outstanding: heavy, trippy, varied, and perfectly crafted. Thankfully,the guys in this band are punks, or at least como from the anarchocrust scene, as far as I know, so everything they have created since their inception drips with organic honesty, vegetarian style! Now, that's something to take into account considering the sad, sad shape of music today: everything pre-fab, everything fitting into a nice, stupid mold. Kylesa, along with a handful of contemporary bands, have the exact amount of finesse, progressiveness and brutal power to keep me from going nuts in these high-tech, plastified, posmodern, cell-phone/internet-addictive world... I read somewhere that their influences range from death metal and hardcore to krautrock, and, yeah, they sound like it. In other albums they've included acoustic stuff not too dissimilar to what glorious bands such as Agitation Free or Amon Duul 2 did in their day. Yeah, not as crazy,not as schizo or experimental, but the hippy vibe is doubtlessly there. I'm sorry if such comparisons offend you, reader: It's true, maaan! And after all, most anarchopunks are kinda like radical hippies or yippies (haircuts notwithstanding), so I feel my description is not waaay off the mark. And I love Kylesa for that. This time around, though, they've concentrated on a certain stonerish heavyness at times verging on pulverizing metal, yet thankfully without the macho posturing and the right-wing leanings displayed by lots of modern, crew-cut heavy metal bands. In other words, this band has had me drooling since I discovered them, and, for example, I wouldn't waste my time nor my money on, say, Mastodon, Job for a Cowboy or some trendy black metal idiocy!
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0 of 11 people found the following review helpful By R. Hill. Clark. on July 19, 2009
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I was expecting to be mindblown by this record. I am in a post metal mode right now, buying stuff like Intronaut and The Ocean, etc. Kylesa was supposed to dazzle. Two drummers. Despite all that, sounds like rear end to me.
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